“Tom and Jerry”: One-Sentence Review

Even if Tom and Jerry are a minor nuisance rather than characters capable of carrying their own film, there’s enough comedic adeptness in the live-action co-stars to make up for this classic duo’s two dimensional performance. 

7 out of 12 Tamales

“The Little Things”: One-Sentence Review

By taking a novel angle on the police procedural, The Little Things eludes getting completely caught up in its menagerie of typical detective-story characters.   

7.5 out of 12 Tamales

“Class Action Park”: One-Sentence Review

With a patchwork of fun interviews and totally 80s VHS clips, Class Action Park weaves the haphazard—but completely entertaining—narrative of the gnarliest place on earth and most dangerously amusing park.

9.5 out of 12 Tamales

“An American Pickle”: One-Sentence Review

A quainter and milder Encino Man, An American Pickle is the double-dose-of-Seth Rogen comedy we didn’t know we wanted—even if the story eventually gets too big for its early 20th century britches.

8.5 out of 12 Tamales